Spotlight on: Civita di Bagnoregio, “The Town That is Dying”

The walk across the pedestrian bridge is fairly long, 300 meters, with a slow steep incline but just the spectacular views of the surrounding valley make the trek worthwhile. Upon reaching and entering the sole entrance carved out by the Etruscans thousands of years ago, Porta Santa Maria, and entering the pleasant main piazza of this medieval village, you definitely feel like you have stepped back in time.

The walk across the pedestrian bridge is fairly long, 300 meters, with a slow steep incline but just the spectacular views of the surrounding valley make the trek worthwhile. Upon reaching and entering the sole entrance carved out by the Etruscans thousands of years ago, Porta Santa Maria, and entering the pleasant main piazza of this medieval village, you definitely feel like you have stepped back in time.

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